Learn how to do 3D AR pictures like this, sweep for hidden cameras with Spaceglass @Hydraulist Steve Mann


Wearable Computing with 3D Augmediated Reality, Digital Eye Glass, Egography (Egocentric/First-Person Photographic/Videographic Gesture Sensing), and Veillance-

Friday, 16 January, 2015, Stanford University, at TEI2015
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Use LED strips such as Neopixel to sweep for hidden surveillance cameras and visualize the otherwise invisible world ofsurveillance: Learn how to use LED strips with Meta Spaceglasses and 3D AR vision to “see sight” and “visualize vision” itself.


But wait, there’s more! An interview with Steve Mann, The father of wearable computing @ The Blueprint.

Steve Mann is a researcher, professor and inventor. He’s often referred to as the father of wearable computing. He’s currently Chief Scientist at Meta. We sat down with Steve to discuss wearable tech, the end of software and inventing something new every day.

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